Writers love to imagine things – obviously! This week on Romance Writers Weekly, Jenna Da Sie wonders:
If you inherited a plot of undeveloped land, what would you do with it?
Now, this questions just begs more questions. Is the land near the ocean, or have a lake, creek or river running through it? Is it in an urban or rural area? Does it have trees or is it cleared? Is it the size of a city lot or acres and acres? Is it near where I currently live or far away?
See what I mean? Such a simple question, but what a great way to get the creative juices flowing!
I think that is what would determine my decision on what to do with the land. If I could see it's potential, if looking at it inspired dreams of what could be done with it, I would keep it. My husband and I have talked about buying waterfront property for years, so if it was on a lake the decision would be very easy. But even if it wasn't, I think I would hold onto it for a while and see what possibilities might unfold. Undeveloped land is kind of like a blank computer screen – it begs me to make my mark on it.
I wonder what Victoria Barbour would do with her undeveloped land?